The Adult Education Program empowers community members to improve their lives and engage in the social fabric of their communities through language access, promotion of literacy, both individual and family, and promotes a connection with the community, essential to fully thriving economically and socially.
Photo: Health Literacy presentation during a morning ESL class.
What We Do
Adult Education offers courses for any client who walks into our doors and has low/moderate income. We have a range of courses and flexibility that are adapted to suit the growing and vast needs of our students.
- English as a Second Language (ESL) classes with six different levels of ability
- Basic Literacy in Spanish
- Spanish as a Second Language
- English General Equivalency Diploma (GED)
- Two levels of Spanish GED: Basic and Advanced
We are flexible for working families through providing morning ESL classes, small groups of ESL tutoring, and one-on-one tutoring.
In order to provide a wide range of courses, Junta partners with New Haven Adult Education and Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven who provide instructors, and recruit volunteers to teach, tutor, or assist in our ESL and GED programs.
For More Information, contact Mary Elizabeth Smith, Program Director for Adult Education and Community Outreach, at 203-787-0191, x. 17 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.